We were out camping in July here in Texas and I went on the roof of our Windjammer 3001w to set up the satellite dish. I walked it up toward the front out of the way of trees, and realized my roof membrane was all wrinkled up right at the V nose and over to the curb side; about a 5' square had come loose. I go on our roof all the time and watch for cracks in the sealants and I would have noticed that the seal at the fiberglass nose was cracked if it had happened earlier. I believe the membrane turned loose and billowed up like a convertible top on older cars; the negative air pressure over the nose must have pulled it loose and then it cracked the sealant. We are out of warranty, of course, by about 3 months and have taken it to a locally recommended RV repair place. The man said it would be $500 to pull the membrane back and re-glue it, but it may or may not work. He then suggested that we turn it in to our insurance as wind damage, because that is what it is. National General is now asking that they partially tear it down and take more photos. They think there is water damage, which I disagree with. We have had no leaks, no drips, zero issues with water in this trailer.
I'll keep everyone posted as this goes along.
D_B Travelers - 39 nights in 2018, 58 nights in 2017. [U]1st love: 2014 TT WJ3001w, now 2016 40' FW SOB, 2015 GMC 3500HD CC DRW Duramax, TST 507rv TPMS.
"Happiness? A good meal, a good cigar and a good woman - or a bad woman; it depends on how much happiness you can handle."
George Burns (1896 – 1996)